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Streetmap today showing Southam Street and St Ervans Road
Streetmap today showing Southam Street and St Ervans Road
Southam Street and St Ervans Road as they are today.  
 
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Sunwapta Falls
Sunwapta Falls
Spectacular waterfall just south of Jasper 
 
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Test page
Test page
This is a page to use for testing. 
 
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The adventure on the lake
The adventure on the lake
We were marooned and yet not overly worried ! 
 
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The Anderson Clan
The Anderson Clan
The Tartan 
 
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The Anderson Clan
The Anderson Clan
The Crest 
 
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The Anderson Clan in about 1930
The Anderson Clan in about 1930
(left to right adults) Great grandpa Spence from Ireland, Granny Spence and husband William of Tobruk, Ann Walker and great grannie Sandeman. Billy and Nancy on their parents knees. 
 
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The area by Shires Farm
The area by Shires Farm
The street map of the area around Shires Farm in Buckland St Mary, Somerset  
 
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The Athabasca Falls
The Athabasca Falls
name to be confirmed 
 
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The Baden Powell Trail
The Baden Powell Trail
Before the fall ! 
 
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The bear encounter
The bear encounter
A large teenage bear minding his own business 
 
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The BIRD branch
The BIRD branch
Welcome to the BIRD branch of my tree. This is a summary to whet your appetite of the stories you can find on other pages. 
 
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The Bird Tree - Index
The Bird Tree - Index
The story of the Birds from William born in 1757 to grandfather Percy who died in 1939.  
 
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The Birds and Goytre House
The Birds and Goytre House
Colonel Henry Bird (born 1748) purchased Goytre House, Monmouthshire and the family remained living there until 1949. 
 
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The Birds of Everdon
The Birds of Everdon
I spent more than two years going on a wild goose chase to Everdon in Northamptonshire looking for and, I thought, finding William Bird of Newnham. I ascertained a lot of information on these BIRDS which turns out to be of no current value to me but, hopefully someone else will find this page and it might help them.  
 
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The Blog Home Page
The Blog Home Page
Our Canadian blog  
 
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The Blue Bus
The Blue Bus
The Blue Bus of the London Geneal Omnibus Company last ran from Paddington on 4th October 1911. 
 
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THE BRITISH POSTCARD
THE BRITISH POSTCARD
Something so simple which seems to have been around forever was in fact only begun in the late 19th century. 
 
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The Carpenters Arms, Chesterton
The Carpenters Arms, Chesterton
Where Charles Clare and his family lived for a while. 
 
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The Ceylon Connection ?
The Ceylon Connection ?
My Mother told me, on more than one occasion, that Percy Hyde BIRD, my grandfather, owned a tea plantation in Ceylon, although on another occasion he was described as a tea planter. I have therefore been intrigued to find out if the family had some connection to George BIRD, the father of coffee plantations in Ceylon and responsible for the earliest known use of Tamil labour on the island. 
 
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The Ceylon Connection.doc
The Ceylon Connection.doc
 
 
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The cockpit
The cockpit
The view from our seat 
 
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The Cocos Island Treasure
The Cocos Island Treasure
Intrepid: A painting of a pirate ship landing at Cocos Island in the Pacific. A £160million treasure trove containing gold, silver and jewels is believed to have been buried there by British seafarer Captain William Thompson. 
 
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The Cole Painting Mystery
The Cole Painting Mystery
My uncle has a painting in his living room of someone who is believed to be a COLE ancestor. He asked me to see if I could find out his identity. 
 
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The connections between the Wareham and Harry families
The connections between the Wareham and Harry families
There are at least two, possibly three times over the generations that the Wareham and the Harry families have inter married and I am trying to find out why.  
 
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The Crew of the Halifax
The Crew of the Halifax
I originally believed that my relative, Stanley Musgrove, was a member of the crew of a Halifax which was shot down over Belgium on 27 / 28th April 1944. I now know it was another Stan Musgrove but this is a small tribute which records the events of that night and the aftermarth. 
 
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The early MUSGROVE's
The early MUSGROVE's
I can trace this line back to Mary MUSGROVE whose son John MUSGROVE was “base born” in 1805 Brompton Regis (now Kings Brompton), Somerset. John was a shoemaker and a cordwainer. 
 
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The Emigrating Wareham's - Oz
The Emigrating Wareham's - Oz
A number of Wareham ancestors emigrated to Australia and New Zealand. Any information on how they got on etc would be most welcome.This page is about those who emigrated to Australia. 
 
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The Emigrating Warehams - New Zealand
The Emigrating Warehams - New Zealand
A number of Wareham ancestors emigrated to Australia and New Zealand. Any information on how they got on etc would be most welcome. This page is about those who emigrated to New Zealand. 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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The Fatal Accident
The Fatal Accident
A drawing from a magazine showing a graphic reproduction of the events as they might have taken place. 
 
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The flag pole
The flag pole
Flags of Canada, Saskathewan and United Kingdom 
 
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The flagpole
The flagpole
A lazy evening 
 
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The float plane
The float plane
Another boys toy ! 
 
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The Fraser River
The Fraser River
One of the rivers we were always close to 
 
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The Fridge and the Centurian
The Fridge and the Centurian
Stuck on my daughters fridge was a postcard of Plymouth which told an interesting story. 
 
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The Gooderham Connection .... or not ?
The Gooderham Connection .... or not ?
Trying to connect Sue's Gooderham branch to the Toronto Gooderham's - both originated in Norfolk. 
 
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The Gypsy Shaw Family
The Gypsy Shaw Family
Some account of the "Shaws", a noted gipsey (sic) family of Cambridgeshire. The historian, George Nathan Maynard, wrote about the Shaw family from Cambridgeshire in the 1860's and this is a transcript. 
 
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The Ilfracombe Disaster - home page
The Ilfracombe Disaster - home page
Read about the disaster; how it happened, who lived, who died. 
 
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The Ilfracombe Disaster - Interview of a survivor
The Ilfracombe Disaster - Interview of a survivor
Interview given by Harold A.Baker to The North Devon Journal shortly after he was saved from the boating tragedy. Another source describes him as a "young man".  
 
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The Ilfracombe Disaster - letter to the local Press
The Ilfracombe Disaster - letter to the local Press
The first inquest was held and a verdict given within 24 hours of the disaster. This did not go down well with the relatives of the 9 whose bodies had not yet been recovered. 
 
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The Ilfracombe Disaster - more bodies recovered
The Ilfracombe Disaster - more bodies recovered
Newspaper reports of more inquests and the other nine bodies are eventually recovered. 
 
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The Ilfracombe Disaster - North Devon Journal
The Ilfracombe Disaster - North Devon Journal
FATAL BOATING ACCIDENT AT ILFRACOMBE 14 LIVES LOST - ARTICLE - LETTERS AND COMMENTS

 
 
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The Ilfracombe Disaster - Survivors
The Ilfracombe Disaster - Survivors
Twelve survived The Monarch disaster and I have attempted to find out some brief background for each of them. Those who died have ages attributed to them in the articles / at the inquests but those who survived don't. There is therefore an element of doubt if I have the right person but they are correct on the balance of probabilities. 
 
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The Ilfracombe Disaster - The Board of Trade Report
The Ilfracombe Disaster - The Board of Trade Report
What follows is the official report into the disaster. 
 
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The Ilfracombe Disaster - The first inquest
The Ilfracombe Disaster - The first inquest
The first Coroner's inquest took place on Saturday 27th August, 1887, less than 24 hours after the accident had occured when there were still 9 bodies unaccounted for. The following is a transcription.  
 
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The Ilfracombe Disaster - The Victims
The Ilfracombe Disaster - The Victims
Fourteen died on The Monarch, two women, twelve men. Their ages ranged from 23 to 63. As well as some background given at their inquests, I have also attempted to find out a little more from the Census. 
 
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The interesting chipmonk
The interesting chipmonk
On a wet day, this was the best photo ! 
 
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The Iron shaped building
The Iron shaped building
Another Gooderham building 
 

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